CMCC raising funds to replant trees

We were all shocked and saddened when we saw the devastation to our beautiful, forested parks, in addition to the damage to peoples’ homes and yards. Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation Department (THPRD) crews worked hard to remove hazard trees and clear trails like the one in the Bluffs Park leading to Bonny Slope Elementary.

One of our neighbors suggested that we might want to help THPRD in the replanting effort that will take place this fall. We reached out to THPRD to make sure we could do this and were given a go-ahead. Funds can be deposited to the Cedar Mill Community Club (CMCC) account at Sunset Credit Union, or you can donate here with our GoFundMe project. Funds will be held until plans are in place for renovating the natural areas.

Biz updates

• Milltowner news
• Timberland Business update
• Kirkland hotel
• Bethany Public House in negotiation
for sale
• Commercial space for lease

Recycling News March 2024

items to swap

• SHS Recycling Drive!
• PlanetCon coming in April
• Egleston moves to Metro

Roads & Transit March 2024

217 road closure map

• Highway 217 closure mid-March
• Hall Boulevard nine-month closure
• Kenny/Thompson update
• Walker Road project traffic impacts
• Transit Study Findings
• MAX Blue Line disruptions
• Shape the future of transportation in Oregon!
• A summary of TriMet Reduced Fares Program

CPO 1 March News

• CPO 1 March Program
• CPO 7 meeting
• Development Applications
• Neighborhood Meetings
• Peterkort Starbucks Phasing
• Washington County Advisory
Council on Racial Equity
• February Meeting Notes

­­Garden & Nature March 2024

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• East Multnomah SWCD
• Friends of Trees Community Tree
• Weed Wranglin’ Webinar 
• Tree & Native Plant Sale at Skyline
• Treekeepers of Washington County
• Washington County Master
Gardener programs
• Bird Alliance Nature Night: For the
Love of Hummingbirds

Business News March 2024

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• CMBA March meeting
• ReStore sets new online curbside
pickup hours
• Get your home ready for the spring
• Protect your finances and identity
with these security tips
• Free Home Seller Seminar
• Cedar Mill Farmers’ Market getting
• Bethany Village Easter Egg Hunt
• Business Expo West

Community News March 2024

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• Free tax assistance available for qualified residents
• Metro Supportive Housing Services tax—who pays?
• Volunteer to help WashCo improve Translation Quality
• Neighbors Ready! (aka Cedar Hills Ready!)
• Washington County Public Affairs Forum
• Ease food insecurity in Oregon by volunteering or donating
• Victim Assistance Program seeks volunteers
• Explore the possibilities at WCSO
• Learn about the WCSO Search and Rescue program
• Prevent falls!
• Women Veteran Luncheon
• County Advisory Groups recruiting members
• Summer Camps are here!
• WashCo Bikes Summer Camp registration!
• Five Oaks Museum
• Discolored water? Don’t panic!
• Ask WCSO: Sheriff’s Office Warns of phone scammers impersonating officers
• New way to apply for unemployment in Oregon
• Community Public Safety Forum
• Viva Village March events

Parks News March 2024

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• THPRD News
• March THPRD Events near Cedar Mill
• Volunteer for THPRD events
• Burlington Creek Forest Nature Park update
• Metro Council awards 15 grants to community-designed parks and nature projects

School News March 2024

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• BSD, licensed staff negotiate contract
• Middle School schedules changing
• Changes to High School “bell schedule”
• West TV alumni scholarship offered
• Big Book Giveaway

Arts & Entertainment News March 2024

• Songs of Scandinavia
• SHS Theatre presents: The Sound of Music
• Birds, Bees, and Tubas
• Lovegood Theatre presents “Just So”
• BSO presents the Spring Concert
• Performances at the Reser in March
• Village Gallery March News

Library Events and Programs­­ March 2024

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• Kids
• Teens & Tweens
• Adults
• Second Edition Resale
• Library Book Sale
• Volunteer Opportunities